Postbridge clapper bridge sits over the East Dart river and has done since the bridge was believed to have been built in the 13th century. It was built to enable pack horses to cross the river, carrying tin to Tavistock. The clapper bridge which is a Grade II structure is still complete, and stands alongside another road bridge, a Grade II listed structure built in the 1780s. This is probably the most famous bridge of its type and can be a very busy spot on any day, however if you get this place to yourself there is a special feeling here, sat on the bridge, with the water below your feet. Enjoy a pint in the pub next door, when you are done.